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xgdg >>> good morning i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here are a few stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. the pope's personal butler admits to giving out secret information and stands trial this morning. the verdict could have profound implications for the roman catholic church. >>> polls show mitt romney's path to the white house may be narrowing. his best chance to turn the tide is wednesday's first presidential debate. with the stakes incredibly high, both candidates have begun preparing for their big night. >>> he's a former governor, action star and weight lifter. now arnold schwarzenegger is looking to become the comeback kid. he's written a memoir, but his first test comes on "60 minut " minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. >> will there be a second act for schwarzenegger? >>> he's the british secret agent with the best gadgets and the hottest villains. his name bond, james bond. he's turn 50 and he may be trading in his shaken martini for a beer
shall, i'm chip reid and i'm rebecca jarvis. >>> here are a few of the stories we'll be looking at. the remnants of isaac spin across the midwest bringing heavy rain floodwaters are receding and likely to be a long and slow recovery begins. mitt romney gets a look at the damage and president obama heads there on monday. >>> more americans are hitting the road in labor day weekend but at a cost. gasoline prices are at more than $4 a gallon in at least five states. >>> a new era begins at penn state as the nittany lions take to the field. can the players and the college community put the jerry sandusky sex scandal behind them? and the lighter side of politics. >> there's a certain magic about a good cartoon. when you hit that, you really -- it's really, really great. >> inside the mind of a pulitzer prize winning cartoonist. all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," september 1st, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> thanks for joining us and welcome to the beginning of your nice hopefully long holiday weekend. w
>>> good morning. i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here a few stories we'll be looking at on cbs saturday. violent protests spread to two dozen countries. insurgents killed two marines. this as the bodies of four americans including the first u.s. ambassador killed in the line of duty in 33 years finally come home. >> the people of egypt, libya, yemen and tunisia did not trade the tyranny of a dictate orfor the tyranny of a mob. >> with just 52 days until the election president obama is leading mitt romney in the polls. and the number of americans who believe the country is going in the righting direction is at a three year high. >> another royal scandal reminiscent of paparazzi chasing princess diana. topless pictures of kate middleton are released. this time the royals are fighting back. >> a new menu at mcdonald's. it will tell you how many calories are in your burgers and fries. all that and so much more on cbs "this morning," saturday, september 15, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning welcome to the weekend. . >> happy saturday. >> a lot of news this m
xgdg >>good morning i'm rebecca jarvis. >> i'm anthony mason. here are a few stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. the biggest scandal to hit the vatican. the pope's personal butler admits to giving out secret information and stands trial this morning. the verdict could have profound implications for the roman catholic church. >>> polls show mitt romney's path to the white house may be narrowing. his best chance to turn the tide is wednesday's first presidential debate. with the stakes incredibly high, both candidates have begun preparing for their big night. >>> he's a former governor, action star and weight lifter. now arnold schwarzenegger is looking to become the comeback kid. he's written a memoir, but his first test comes on "60 minut " minutes." >> i think it was the stupidest thing i've done in the whole relationship. >> will there be a second act for schwarzenegger? >>> he's the british secret agent with the best gadgets and the hottest villains. his name bond, james bond. he's turn 50 and he may be trading in his shaken martini for a beer
♪ >>> welcome to cbs "this morning saturday." i'm anthony mason. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. coming up he went into hiding for 13 years. salman rushdie will explain how he stayed alive after the iranian ayatollah sentenced him to death. >> new clues at how important a good night's sleep is to your health. >> and he mixes drinks with burt lancaster as he and the cast of "from here to eternity." we'll talk to the flight attendant who met celebrities and presidents during his historic 63 year career. he was the longest steward in the industry. >> extraordinary. i'm looking forward to that. first our top story this half hour. we begin with new protests over that anti-muslim film. thousands took to streets peacefully today in nigeria. in bangladesh protesters clashed with police. rallies were held in 12 cities around the world ned. in pack tan 19 people were killed on friday. mark phillips reports. >> reporter: pakistani officials had tried to contain the anger by declaring a national holiday and what theyalled a day of love for the prophet. it didn't work. violent crowds rampaged through m
>>> good morning. i'm anthony mason. >>> i'm rebecca jarvis. here a few of the stories we'll be looking at on "cbs this morning" saturday. >>> 59 days until the election. and there's no talk of a convention bounce. instead, a disappointing jobs report has both candidates telling us only they can get us back to work. >>> an 85 mile an hour speed limit on a texas toll road. authorities say it's a good way to raise money. but will it cost more in lives? >>> some of the biggest names in tech race their cutting-edge product to the market. nokia, google trying to beat apple. >> the stars of tv, film and theater, take the stage together fighting back for a great cause. we'll look as barry, hanks, swichlt and paltrow stand up for cancer. >>> all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday." >>> all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday." september 8, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> good saturday morning to you anthony. >> welcome to the weekend. >> welcome to the weekend. it's been a couple of weeks of hot political debates in the united states. >> it sure
to get a lot of attention. >> the report came out about 90 minutes ago. rebecca jarvis is here. what do the numbers tell us about how the i come is doing? >> the numbers tell us that the economy is creating fewer jobs than expected. in august, the economy added 96,000 new jobs. that was short of analyst forecasts, and the unemployment rate did drop from 8.3% from 8.1%, but it was not because of the new jobs. instead, unemployment fell because the labor force and participation in it shrank for the month. if you're not actively seeking work, you are not counted in the official jobless statistics. there are now 12.5 million unemployed americans. 5 million or 40% of them have been out of work for six months or more. so far this year the economy has created an average of 139,000 jobs a month. last year the number was slightly higher at 153,000 jobs. you need about 150,000 jobs a month just to keep up with population growth. and a number that economists would consider healthy would be more in the range of 200,000 jobs. so where were the jobs created in august? well the
i'm anthony mason. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. here a few of the stories we're looking at on cbs "this morning saturday." a very taxing day for the romney campaign. ann romney has a scare in the air. her husband decides to release his 2011 returns. we'll look inside the numbers as early voting begins in the 2012 presidential campaign. >> mauling at the famed bronx zoo. a man leaps from a monorail into the tiger's cage. only quick action by zoo keepers may have saved his life. >> rarely do you get to see a random act of guidance. we'll tell you one by a canadian bus driver that left his passengers in tears. ♪ fly me to the moon >> a living legend in the sky. the nation's longest serving flight attendant, served celebrities and presidents in a career that lasted more than 60 years. he'll tell us what it was like to fly so many miles that he could have gone to the moon back 40 times over. all that and so much more on cbs "this morning saturday," september 22, 2012. >> good morning, welcome to the weekend. nice to be with you. >> great to see you. we want to begin this morning with a sca
♪ ♪ >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." on this labor day. i'm rebecca jarvis. charlie rose and gayle king are off. >>> happy labor day, rebecca. i'm jeff glor. as democrats head to charlotte for the convention this week. republican convention nominee, mitt romney is pack on the campaign trail this week. >> chip reid is in washington with the story. chip, good morning. >> good morning. yes, mitt romney fresh off his big speech in tampa head into the fall campaign with a new message that the hope and change barack obama promised four years ago left people disappointed. >> mitt romney and paul ryan spent their time saturday in two important swing states. ohio and florida. their post convention campaigning coincided with college football tailgating. >> take a picture. >> something both men took advantage of. ryan visited with ohio state fans and mitt romney used a sports analogy. >> millions of people are unemployed. if you have a coach that's 0-23 million. you say it's time to get a new coach. >> romney tried out that line in both states as he worked to build on a theme of disappointment tha
. this morning the high prices may have peaked. >>> rebecca jarvis is here to show us what's in our future at the pumps on "cbs this morning." >>> this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by purina. your pet, our passion. [phone ringing] hi. oh there you are. hey babe.how are ya? daddy,look! you lost another tooth. [man thinking] don't grow up without me. oh,uh riley wants to say hi. riley... hey buddy...keep 'em safe. [announcer] we know how important your dog is. so help keep him strong and healthy with the total care nutrition... in purina dog chow. because you're not just a family. you're a dog family. we miss you. never beat around the bush. you'll just squash the berries. new triple berry newtons. ♪ made with real fruit, 100% whole grain, and fiber. it's one unique cookie. made with real fruit, 100% whole grain, and fiber. >>> a large american flag was unfurled over the side of the pentagon this morning on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. 184 people were killed when a hijacked plane was flown into that building 11 years ago today. >>> this morning, the average price of a ga
next month. rebecca jarvis is here to show us why. >> charlie and norah, so far this week, american airlines and its regional carrier, american eagle, have canceled more than 300 flights, more than three times the number of flights canceled by united, usair and delta combined. new cancellations have set off a war of words between american management and its pilots. american management blames the cancellation on a high number of pilots calling in sick, forcing the company to cut its scheduled flights through october. carrier and its pilots have been at odds over stalled contract negotiations. the battle escalated after american notified 11,000 employees that they could lose their jobs as part of the company's bankruptcy restructuring. while american says it expects the actual number to be more like 4,000, the news further angered the company's 7,500 pilots. the pilots union tells cbs news it has not actually noticed an increase in sick calls. but american reports that more pilots are putting in maintenance -- some as minor asphalas faulty seatbelts, adding to delays. it's unclear whe
few months are make or break. for "cbs this morning," rebecca jarvis, new york. >>> in television land they call it show and tell. this is my new iphone 5 which i'm very proud of. this is my old one. you can see this one is a little bit taller. i can also see that it's much lighter. here is the thing we have been talking about. this is the cover so you take this cover, you take this iphone 5 and you put it in there. there you go. you have a cover for your new iphone 5. now we go from high tech phones to high tech inventions. entrepreneur elon musk is running space-x and tesla motor. we'll talk about that on "cbs this morning." ♪i -- i got it ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made ♪ i got it made fresh at subway ♪ ♪ breakfast made the way i say [ male announcer ] at subway, you got it made. try an egg white & cheese tricked out any way you want. subway. eat fresh. try an egg white & cheese tricked out any way you want. living with moderate to semeans living with pain.is it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and stop the damage with humira, adalimumab. f
of people inside the building try ultradeath after we did that piece, including rebecca jarvis. >> i was one of them. >> who was on the floor. >> i was in major pain. >> i was worried about you. >> thought i was going to be a tough guy. it was not a good feeling. >> you were hunched over the desk. >> i like hot sauce. in general i like spicy. you mow what i loved about your piece, you should really start with the medium stuff after he's given you the crazy intense stuff. >> happy labor day. >> happy labor day. >> glad we were here together. up next your local news. see you tomorrow morning up next your local news. see you tomorrow morning everybody. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ,, ♪ [ folksy whistling ]] [ man ] quitting is a fight you can't let yourself lose. it can take many tries. but keep trying, you will beat smoking. honey, you okay? yeah, i'm fine. >>> woke beginning with good news the dumbarton bridge on schedule to reopen as planned at 5 tomorrow morning or even earlier is been closed for the weekend to the crews could do seismic retrofit work and other improvements alte
'm anthony mason. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. here a few of the stories we're looking at on cbs "this morning saturday." a very taxing day for the romney campaign. ann romney has a scare in the air. her husband decides to release his 2011 returns. we'll look inside the numbers as early voting begins in the 2012 presidential campaign. >> mauling at the famed bronx zoo. a man leaps from a monorail into the tiger's cage. only quick action by zoo keepers may have saved his life. >> rarely do you get to see a random act of guidance. we'll tell you one by a canadian bus driver that left his passengers in tears. ♪ fly me to the moon >> a living legend in the sky. the nation's longest serving flight attendant, served celebrities and presidents in a career that lasted more than 60 years. he'll tell us what it was like to fly so many miles that he could have gone to the moon back 40 times over. all that and so much more on cbs "this morning saturday," ptember 22, 2012. >> good morning, welcome to the weekend. nice to be with you. >> great to see you. we want to begin this morning with a scare on the
jobs report will get a lot of attention. rebecca jarvis is here with a closer look. rebecca, good morning. >> charlie and norah, good morning to you. this is the most significant, most cited report on our economy. there are just three of them before the election. heading into last night's speech, the president knew what we will learn later this morning. how many jobs were officially created last month. economists expect that number to be 130,000 for august. that would be smaller than july but better than earlier in the summer. 200,000 jobs is the rate that economists call healthy. the unemployment rate is expected to remain unchanged at 8.3% and investors are paying close attention. this is after the dow rallied to its highest closing point yesterday since 2007. also the federal reserve will use it as a gauge of whether our economy needs more of its unconventional stimulus. now, it's worth noting that so far this week, much of the economic news like service sector activity and private sector jobs has been caustic, charlie and norah. >>> we have breaking news from britain this morn
industrials up 206 points to its highest close since 2007. rebecca jarvis is here to tell us how this will effect everything from mortgage rates to gas prices. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. ultimately there could be a big impact on both those items you mentioned, mortgage rates as well as gasoline prices. what the federal reserve is doing here is unprecedented and it's also untested. it will be buying $85 billion every month of mortgage debt and treasuries. in addition it's going to be keeping interest rates at or near 0% through 2015. what does that mean for a consumer? from a consumer standpoint. first of all, if you can get it, loan rates are near record lows right now. you can get a mortgage in this country at or near record lows. on the flip side of things, if you're a savor in this country, you already felt it at your bank account, you're not being paid much to keep your money at the bank. that is by design. it can also lead to growth in prices in gasoline as well as grocery costs. >> the federal reserves action, there is this question. they tied it to change in t
business and economic correspondent rebecca jarvis. can i just ask about yelp? i love the name. it sounds so friendly. what does it mean? >> you know, it's anyone's guess but i'll give you some hints. >> okay. >> like yelp and help go together and as we were looking for a name those things came to mind and we thought it might be a pretty good name. easy to spell and remember and you can tell it into a verb. i yelped that and it works for us and why we chose it. >> yelp is what i say when i stub my toe but not what you goirng for. >> true. when we started there was a cry for help, yelp. we felt if we built a great product people would get over that and mean something completely different and i hope it's happened. >> you have built a great product because a lot of people with using it. berkeley professors say it could make the difference between a business once people go on and rate it. what was your index when you started? >> the intention was just to solve that problem of where is a great local business? where do i go? we had the yellow pages sitting on our desk but it didn't capture word
to its highest close since 2007. rebecca jarvis is here to show us how it will affect everything from mortgage rates to gas prices. >> good morning. ultimately, i mean there could be a big impact on both of those items, mortgage rates as well as gasoline prices. what the federal reserve is doing here is unprecedented. it's also untested. it will be buying $85 billion every month of mortgage debt and treasuries. in addition it will be keeping interest rates at or near 0% through 2015. what does that mean for a consumer, from a consumer standpoint? first of all if you can get it loan rates are near record loss right now. you can get a mortgage in this country at or near record low. on the flip side of things if you're a saver in this country, you felt it at your bank account you're not getting paid much, that's by design, they want to you spend it and they want you to spend it on the economy. it also can lead to growth in prices like gasoline as well as grocery costs. >> there's this question about the federal reserve's action. they tied it to change in the unemployment. in other words
march. go yelp. jeremy stuflman is here along with rebecca jarvis. hello. first, can i just ask about yelp. i love the name because it sounds friendly. what does it mean? >> it's anyone's guess. but i'll give you some hints. yelp and help go together. yelp and yellow pages are similar. as we were looking for a name, those came to mind. we were like that may be a pretty good name, easy to spell and remember. you can turn it into a verb, i yelped that. >> yelp is what i say when i stub my toe. that's not what you were going for. >> there was a negative connotation, a cry for help. if we built a great product, we felt people would get over that, it means something different. hopefully that happened. >> you've built a great product. there are professors that say it could make the difference between a business, once people go on and rate it. what was your intention when you started? >> the intention was to solve that problem of where is a great local business. where do i go? we have the yellow pages sitting on our desk. it didn't capture word-of-mouth and it didn't let you search over it.
started scrambling. in many cases it was guesswork for them designing new products and as rebecca jarvis reports guessing wrong could be disastrous. >> this is iphone 5. >> when apple announced the iphone 5 last week the design team at florida based iphone case maker marware was anxiously holed up in a conference room. the owner describes it as suspenseful. >> we're watching the blogs of the event. is it going to be this or that. >> iphone 5 is the thinnest phone we've ever made. >> even after the iphone 5 is unveiled only a select few like scott stein can see and touch the device before it ships to consumers. accessory makers are no exception. >> they don't know the final design until the starting gun, so you're guessing you don't want to guess wrong. then when you find out everyone is scrambling and you have very few days to do it. >> reporter: nearly a week after the announcement the clock is ticking. marware team is hard at work in what they call the war room tinkering with mockups of the actual cases and dispatching quality control inspectors to china where the cases are made. and d
just this week and disruptions are expected to continue through next month. rebecca jarvis is here to show us why. >> so far this week american airlines and its regional carrier american eagle cancelled 300 flights. the new cancellations have set off a war of words between american management and its pilots, american management blames the cancellations on a high number of pilots calling in sick, forcing the company to cut its scheduled flights up to 2% through october. for years they have been over odds over stalled contract negotiations. the battle escalated this week after american notified11,000 employees they could lose their jobs as part of the company's restruck your under bankruptcy. the company said it could be closer to 4,000. the news angered 7,500 pilots. now cbs news learned it hasn't noticed an increase in sick calls. american reports more pilots are putting in maintenance writeups, some as minor asphalty seat belt fasteners and broken faucets which is adding to the delays. american airlines said it's trying to give customers as much notice as possible for cancelled fl
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